Libertarian ideals growing in young votersThe Daily Tar Heel
Apr. 10, 2012
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Ron Paul might not be the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, but there are signs that some of his libertarian ideals are gaining traction among young voters nationwide.
Recent polling data indicate that there has been an increase in young voters who support less government intervention in both social and fiscal policies — principles espoused by Paul — since the last presidential election.